The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 1, 1963 · Page 3
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
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Argentine Acts As Host To EKL Track Teams By ROY DUNN Tomorrow afternoon and evening many boys from the eastern part of Kansas will represent their schools in the East Kansas League Track Meet. Schools participating in this annual event are Ottawa, Olathe, Argentine, Bonner Springs, Turner, and Rosedale nigh schools. Among the participants will be top performers in the state. Charles Bowling of Ottawa has the best pole vault mark in the state at 13 feet, 4% inches. Bowling accomplished this feat at the Emporia State Relays on April 13. Drue Jennings of Argentine High • School has the best 440- yard dash record in the state this year, at a speedy time of 49.6 seconds. George Miller, a 5 feet 6 inches trackster from the Turner Higli School, has spanned a distance of 22 feet 5V4 inch- the broad jump. Miller's is the third best in the es in mark state. Head coach of the Ottawa track squad, Orb's Cox, feels that the Cyclone's medley and 880-yard relay teams will place in the meet. Also the Cyclones are strong in the javelin, pole vault, half mile run, and mile run. Ottawa cindermen will journey to the Argentine track to com- Bowting Roundup Pin Results Of Leagues Three leagues competed in the series was Eagles 1981 and bowling games last night. One women's league and two men's league. In the ladies division the VFW Auxiliary rolled against, the KOFO team. The competition was quite tough but the game resulted in a tie 2-2. KOFO rolled a fine 2163 to total the series. The high flying Eagles Auxiliary won out over the team of Shinn and Haley 4-0. Total for Shinn and Haley 1831. Arnold Jewelry took an easy win over the Todd Insurance team 4-0. The high game for Arnold's was rolled by V. Ferguson 478. In the men's league competiton, Presto Food Products and Ottawa Times threw a tie game 2-2. High men for the game were J. Clark of Presto Food Products and L. Moore of Ottawa Times. pete in the competition starting at 4:30. The javelin, discus, shot- put, high jump broad jump, and pole vault will start at 4:30 with the preh'minaries in the 120- yard high hurdles, 100-yard dash, 155-yard low hurdles, and 220- yard dash beginning at 4:45. At 7 Thursday evening the finals of all events will begin. The order of events are as follows: 120- yard high hurdles, 100-yard dash, mile run, 880-yard relay, 440 yard dash, 155-yard low hurdle, 8! yard run, medley relay, 220-yard dash, and the mile relay. The track meet should be over between 8:30 and 9 p.m. Argentine High School has a strong track team and is favored to take first place, but the Cyclones will be trying hard to upset the Mustangs. The Cyclones' main goal is to bring the East Kansas League Track trophy back with them Thursday night. EKL Records 120-yard high hurdles, 15.5. 100-yard dash, 10.0. Mile, 4:40.8. 880-yard relay, 1:34.2. 440-yard dash, 50.4. 155-yard low hurdles, 17.1. 880-yard run, 2:02.7. Medley relay, 3:45.6. 220-yard dash, 23.2. Mile relay, 3:38.5. Discus, 149 feet 9^ inches. Shot put, 51 feet, 1 A inches. Pole vault, 12 feet, 1% inches. Broad jump, 22 feet 11 inches. High jump, 6 feet, ! J /4 inches. Javelin, 184 feet 5 inches. Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis 14 6 .700 Pittsburgh .... 11 5 .688 1 Milwaukee .... 12 9 .571 2y 2 San Francisco . 11 9 .550 3 Los Angeles ... 10 11 .476 4Vi Chicago 9 10 .474 4V6 Philadelphia ... 8 10 .444 5 Cincinnati ...... 6 10 .375 6 New York .... 7 12 .368 6>/2 Houston 7 13 .350 7 Tuesday's Results St. Louis 2, Milwaukee 1 Los Angeles at New York, ppd, rain ' : ... San Francisco at Philadelphia, ppd, rain Chicago at Cincinnati, ppd, rain Houston at Pittsburgh, ppd, rain Today's Games Houston ait New York (N) Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) San Francisco at Pittsburgh Chicago at St. Louis (N) Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) Thursday's Games Houston at New York San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) Chicago at St. Louis (N) American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Kansas City ... 12 Boston 9 New York .. Baltimore .. Los Angeles Chicago .... Minnesota . Detroit Cleveland .. Washington . 8 10 11 . 7 , 9 . 8 . 5 , 6 7 6 6 8 10 7 10 10 8 13 .632 .600 .571 .556 .524 .500 .474 .444 .385 .316 2 2V2 3 3J4 4 6 Tuesday's Results Minnesota 8, Baltimore 1 Los Angeles 6, New York 3 Cleveland at Boston, ppd, rain Kansas City at Detroit, ppd, rain Only games scheduled Today's Games New York at Los Angeles (N) Cleveland at Kansas City (N) Boston at Minnesota Washington at Detroit Baltimore at Chicago (2, twi- night) Thursday's Games New York at Los Angeles Cleveland at Kansas City Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago (N) Washington at Detroit Wilson's Cleaners took an easy victory over the Bennett Creamery 4-0. The high man for Wilson's was L. Beller with 513. G. Bitts was close behind with 461. People's National Bank took three games over the Nitcher Floor Service with a total series of 2539. In competiton taking place at the Royal T Lanes, the team of Bundy's Insurance took the Ottaw-a Savings and Loan for a four defeat ride. The high series for the Bundy Insurance was 2618. Hensiek game victory over the L.L.&B. Oil- ers 3-1. High man for the series was R. Hensiek with 481. The high man for L.L. & B. Oilers was Spaulding with 441. Al Beets Rambler and the Ma- raciabo Oil Co. tied in their competition last night 2-2. The high series was 2616 for the Maraci- bo Oil Co. and 2630 for Al Beets Rambler. Trout's Jewelry and Best Truck Lines tied in their competition 22. The high for the series was by Best Truck Lines 2456. The Foremost Dairy scored heavily against the Self Service Shoes 3-1. The team leader for Foremost was Wenthe with 618. The total for the series was 2390 by Foremost. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appears elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T League. Self Service Shoes—1 High 10 — Smay, 199 High 30 — Simmons, 511 Foremost Dairy—i High 10-30 — Wenthe, 231-618 Trout's Jewelry—2 High 10-30 — W. Lewis, 202-519 Best Truck Lines—2 High 10 — B. Cooper, 192 High 30 — W, Lister, 513 Bundy's Insurance—I High 10-30 — Heckman, 235-617 Ottawa Savings & Loan—0 High 10-30 — Bennett, 223-596 L. L. & B. Oilers — 1 High 10-30 — Spauldlng, 168-441 Henslek's Grocery—3 High 10-30 — B. Hensiek, 177-481 Maracalbo Oil Co.—2 High 10 — Cordle, 227 High 30 — Jackson, 529 Al Beets Ramblers—2 High 10 — A. Beets, 211 High 30 — Wolgast, 582 Ottawa May Get Brand New Title Ottawa is on it's way to being designated a "Touchdown Town' by the Kansas City Chamber ol Commerce for selling 50 season tickets in the KG chamber's at tempt to sell 25,000 tickets by Grocery took a two]May 15 in order to bring the Dallas Texans, professional foot ball team, to Kansas City as a home town team. Twenty - four Ottawans hav purchased tickets and are con sidered by the Kansas City cham ber as boosting Ottawa on th way to designation as a "Touch down Town." The football com mittee of the Kansas City cham ber hopes to get 50 "Touchdowi Towns" by May 15. About 2 cities are near the 50-ticket mark Those interested in buying tick ets in Ottawa may contact Pej Carr, Ottawa Chamber of Com merce manager, George Lister Peoples National Bank president or Robert Killough, Killough Con struction Company. Killough i the ticket sales chairman in Ot tawa. CHRISTIAN LEADER - Rev. Eugene Frazier, Hutchinson, has been elected president of Kansas Christian Churches. He was chosen at state convention in Coffeyville this week. Junior High Takes First In Invitational By RICK WINCHESTER Ottawa Junior High seventh- raders yesterday participated in ic South East Kansas League In- itational held at Chanute. This neet was won by the Ottawa eventh-graders as they scored 54 oints, Ottawa was closely followed by ola which amassed a total £ ioints. Chanute was third with Z l /z points; Independence, ourth with 19 points; and Par ons, fifth with a total of seven wints. Dean Barr, Ottawa speedster ;ook first in the 100-yard low hur dies in 14.7. Larry Williams o Ottawa took first in the 50-yard dash clocked at 6.2 Philip Fow er of Ottawa taking second in the 50-yard dash and Robert Mey ers took fourth. Larry Williams won the 100- yard dash in 11.2 and he also won the 220-yard dash in 25.4. Larry was the only boy not in a relay who won three events for Ottawa. Dean Barr, besides winning the low hurdles, heaved the shot-put a distance of 41 feet, 7Vz for a first-place effort. The 880-relay team of Philip Fowler, Scott Wallace. Dean Barr, and Dennis Wieneke sprinted in a first-place victory also. The seventh-graders also show ed that they had good depth as they placed quite a few boys in many events. Besides winning the 220-yard dash, Ottawa's Philip Fowler placed third in this event, Ottawa had three boys place in the pole vault as Doug Underwood and Dennis Wieneke tied for second and Tommy Stephenson took third in the event. Placing second in the broad jump was Robert Meyers Ottawa's team totaled 54 points for the first place title. Pittsburgh Recalls Law PITTSBURGH (AP) - Vernon Law is back with Pittsburgh, autiously optimistic about his hances of regaining the touch hat sent him to pitching stardom hree years ago. The Pirates recalled the 33-year- ild right - hander from Kinston, .C., of the Class A Carolina eague Tuesday. He was sent here several weeks ago so he could pitch regularly and in warm weather. "My arm is the best it's felt in wo years," Law said today, re- erring to the soreness that has >lagued him since he won the Cy Young Award and helped spark he Pirates to the pennant and World Series victory in 1960. 'It would be foolish to say the arm is 100 per cent. After all, in 1960 I had no sorences at all. Naturally I know the sore spot's back there, but I don't have the sharp pain that I had in the past VO years." No one could say when Law will receive his first pitching assignment. He won two games at Kinston, going the distance in each on an eight-hitter and a three-hitter. Gridster Out With Injury COLUMBIA (AP)-Carl Maples, sophomore end at the University of Missouri, will have to forego college football because of a head injury in spring practice. Coach Dan Devine made the announcement Tuesday after team physicians recommended the move. Maples is from Charleston, 111., and will serve as a member of the freshman coaching staff when he returns to the university next fall. "It is something of an upset for our air game plans." said Dcvinc. "He looked like a good pass receiver." College Scores Baseball 9-2, Pittsburg State Arkansas 4-1 Omaha 7-0, Washburn 0-3 Bethany 8-0, College of Empria 1-14 Golf Westminster Col- Missouri lege 3V 2 Track William Jewell 87, Missouri Valley 49 Maryville State 9, Graceland (Iowa) 1 Oklahoma State 7, Wichita 0 Tournament Of Champs LAS VEGASi Nev. (AP) - The annual Tournament of Champions, Las Vegas' big splurge in big-time golf, starts its 4-day run Thursday with a select field of 27 profession als shooting for the $60,000 purse. Leading the march into the first round will be Arnold Palmer, the defending champion, and the co-favorite in this bet-minded resort, Jack Nicklaus, making his first appearance in the event. The winner's purse has been boosted from $11,00 to $13,000 for the 72-hole fixture. Each contestant is guaranteed at least $1,000. NBA Picks Only Three NEW YORK (AP)-Only three Big Eight Conference players iverc among the 63 collegians drafted by National Basketball Association teams Tuesday. Nolen Ellison of Kansas was taken by Chicago - Baltimore on the first round. Cincinnati drafted Ken Charlton of Colorado, also on the fourth round. Vince Brewer of Iowa State was Syracuse's fifth selection. Don Turner of Southwestern of Winficlci, Kan., was the fifth choice of San Francisco. THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, May 1, 1963 Tucson's Citizens Play At Sheriff in TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Anyone with a yen for a medal, a sharp eye for varmints and gun is in business in Tucson. Sheriff's Capt. James E. McDonald is offering a marksmanship medal to anyone shooting a criminal in the act of committing a major crime. Missile Explodes; No One Injured VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP)—A Titan 1 intercontinental ballistic missile exploded today during an attempted launch at this coastal installation, the Air Force reported. A spokesman said no one was injured and that damage to the silo lift facility appeared slight. Wanted: Able Snake Sitter HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP)-A Hutchinson man is seeking a keeper for his three-foot-long rattlesnake while he is in the hospital—recovering from snake bite. Loyd Westmoreland returned from the Okeene, Okla., rattlesnake roundup with Ihe snake last weekend. The snake bit him as he was exhibiting it to friends. "He was quicker than I was," said Westmoreland from his hospital bed. "As I put him in the sack, he nailed me." Meanwhile the snake is locked in Westmoreland's car. MEET YOUR FRIENDS at ELBOW LOUNGE Cliff Gibson, Mgr. Determined Cobb Finally Champ JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — On his 26th attempt, Barney Cobb inally won an election. The 56- year-old commercial art dealer won the Democratic nomination to the city council Tuesday. He has no Republican opposition. After running unsuccessfully for various city and county offices for years, Cobb based his winning campaign on a plea that voters give him a chance to show what he can do. CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND STOCK FUND, INC. This quarterly dividend of Hi per share to payable on * * April 26 to shareholder! of record aa of April 25,1963. Robert S. Entwl, SecrMiiy-TraMonf * * * Hazen L. Richardson 1438 S Hickory —Ph. CH 2-2773, Ottawa, Kan. Hi* WANTADS A good,.. Yo-Yo Now Selling at 29c The Supply is limited. John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 GoesWell with a Diploma We've everything to do a boy proud on the day he graduates ! SUITS -Styled by Lee-Wald $19.95 to $29.95 Sizes 13 to 20. Styled by HIS & Sterling Craft. $29.95 to $45.00 Sizes 35 to 44. All of these suits are styled to please the young man's taste, trim fitting coats with plain front pants. We also guarantee you correct fitting. Come in soon to make your selection. IN THE HISTORY OF AUTOMOBILES HAS SO MUCH COST SO LITTLE assmers "The Boys with the Duds" MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING Open Wednesday Evenings Till 8:30 p.m. Come in and See // for Yourself and While You're Here Meet our newest Salesman DALE WILLHITE Call Dale and test drive the new Chrysler that is only $2964.00 REMEMBER AT BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. Quality Is Remembered Long After Price Is Forgotten I 18 South Hickory Ottawa, Kansas Phone CH 2-4425

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